Tag: Meghan O’Sullivan

Meghan O’Sullivan quoted in the New Atlanticist article, “The Many New Ways Energy and National Security Are Intersecting”

“Meghan O’Sullivan, director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Geopolitics of Energy project, said that although the world is embracing renewable energy sources, ‘even the most climate-friendly energy scenarios in the future all involve a reasonably substantial amount of oil and gas usage over time.’ “A few ‘petrostates’ will continue to

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WestExec Spotlight: Meghan O’Sullivan

WestExec’s Spotlight Series highlights the issues on which some of our team members focus. This week’s Spotlight features Meghan O’Sullivan, former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan. Geopolitics of Energy: Meghan has spent her career exploring the close relationship between

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Meghan O’Sullivan quoted in S&P Global article, “Economists Wonder: Did COVID-19 Accelerate Timeline for Peak Oil Demand?”

“‘We see a real absence of international cooperation during this moment of global crisis,’ Meghan O’Sullivan, an international affairs professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government said May 20, pointing to early efforts by wealthy countries to procure vaccine manufacturing for the benefit of their own citizens. ‘But then

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Meghan O’Sullivan writes in Bloomberg: “Oil’s Collapse Is a Geopolitical Reset In Disguise”

“The world is on the cusp of a geopolitical reset. The global pandemic could well undermine international institutions, reinforce nationalism and spur de-globalization. But far-sighted leadership could also rekindle cooperation, glimmers of which appeared in the G-20’s offer of debt relief for some of the world’s poorest countries, a joint

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